Truck Loses Load, Blocks Lanes On Route 394Route 394 was snagged in the south suburbs during the Monday afternoon rush, when a truck rolled over and dumped its load.
Two Additional Tornadoes Confirmed On Memorial Day In Chicago Area, Bringing Total To 5The National Weather Service confirmed that five tornadoes touched down in the Chicago area on Memorial Day after two tornadoes were confirmed in the Illinois villages of Romeoville and Sauk Village.
Coin Flip To Decide Winner Of Election In Chicago SuburbA coin flip last decided a Cook County election in 2013 for Stickney trustee.
Mail Truck Catches Fire In Sauk VillagePostal investigators are still trying to determine what caused a USPS truck to catch fire in Sauk Village and how much mail was damaged.
Sauk Village Neighbors Complain Of Frigid HomesAs temperatures drop to freezing outside, neighbors in one Sauk Village community say it has felt just as chilly inside their homes, where temperatures have recently dipped to about 40 degrees.
Sauk Village Residents Say They Live In A "Danger Zone" In south suburban Sauk Village, neighbors are finding bullet holes in the sides of their homes and families are keeping children inside.
Disabled Man Missing From Sauk Village Found35-year-old Johnathan Barnes, who had been missing since Saturday evening, was found Sunday afternoon.
Police Shoot, Kill Suspect After Chase Across Illinois-Indiana BorderWhat began as a stolen vehicle investigation in the far south suburbs ended with a fatal police shooting in northwest Indiana early Thursday
Masked Gunmen Rob Sauk Village BankThe robbery happened about 2:05 p.m. Thursday at a U.S. Bank branch at 2600 E. Sauk Trail.
Motorist Killed When Semi Truck, Vehicle Collide In South Suburbs The truck ended up striking an abandoned building off Route 394, near Sauk Village.
Nine Displaced By Fire In Sauk VillageFire crews from Sauk Village, Steger, Crete, and Dyer, Indiana, rotated shifts as they poured water on the flames in the 22500 block of Jeffrey Avenue for at least two-and-a-half hours, according to Emergency Services Sgt. Arlene Stevens.